You can attend the seminar either online or in class (depending on the COVID restrictions). It includes synchronous and asynchronous training, while the exams can be taken on your computer on the day and time that suits you!
What is PRINCE2?

The project management methodology PRINCE2® (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) was created in the 1970s in the UK, and is now widespread worldwide (PRINCE2 exams are given in over 220 countries!). It can be easily adapted to different types and sizes of projects of any kind. More than one million PRINCE2 tests have been performed worldwide so far. Our seminars cover the latest version of the methodology, PRINCE2 6th edition , known until recently as PRINCE2 (2017).



Critical Path, as an Authorized Training Organization (ATO) not only organizes the preparation seminars, but also implements the PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitoner exams. These exams are given either in class, at the end of each seminar, or online, on dates and times determined by each candidate!



The "owner" of PRINCE2 is AXELOS, a consortium with 49% of the British government and 51% of the British consulting firm Capita. AXELOS determines the content of the PRINCE2 methodology, but the certification exams are determined by PeopleCert, which is the only PRINCE2 Examination Institute in the world. Finally, AXELOS and PeopleCert work with a number of Authorized Training Organizations worldwide to conduct seminars and examinations.

Critical Path was the first Greek company to be accredited as ATO!


The PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner certifications

There are two levels of certification for PRINCE2: Foundation and Practitioner . Critical Path organizes seminars and exams for both of these certification levels.


Foundation : The goal of this level is to certify that the candidate has the appropriate knowledge and understanding to work effectively as a member of a PRINCE2 project team. Foundation certification level is a prerequisite for the next certification level, the Practitioner.

The exam, which takes place at the end of the seminar, consists of 60 multiple-choice questions in 60 minutes. At least 55% of the questions must be answered correctly, and the candidate can not have any help with him.

Practitioner : the goal of this level is to certify that the candidate understands how to apply and specialize in the PRINCE2 methodology in a specific project scenario.

The exam, which has as a prerequisite the successful Foundation level exam, consists of 68 multiple-choice questions for a specific project scenario, in 150 minutes (two and a half hours). A success rate of at least 55% is required, and the candidate may have the official PRINCE2 manual with him.